Windows 10 data collection cannot be stopped: Microsoft

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  1. I LIKE WINDOWS 10 , NICE DESIGN , FAST TURN ON OFF HIBERNATE AND NO CRASH TILL NOW , BUT THIS ISSUE MAKES ME THINK seriously about moving to MAC co its not good to force people in this way and control their privacy .

  2. “We’re going to continue to listen to what the broad public says about
    these decisions, and ultimately our goal is to balance the right thing
    happening for the most people – really, for everyone – with complexity
    that comes with putting in a whole lot of control.”

    Well, for that matter, I would be happy if I have just an option to disable the data collection.

  3. Seriously folks, if you want data collection to stop, throw out your computers, your smart phones, email addresses, credit cards, etc… and go live like flipping luddites. This is the cost of living your lives electronically.

  4. If you know what you’re doing, it’s easy to neuter WIN10 spying & snooping nonsense.. great OS after that.

  5. What? and you think Apple DOESN’T collect any data?
    If you don’t want data being collected and you want 100% privacy the ONLY thing that will work is to pull the plug from the internet my friend….. literally.

  6. HA! , you think so ………

    Did you not read the title to this article? “Windows 10 data collection cannot be stopped”
    Everybody thinks they are some kind of super pc sleuth, Microsoft has ways into the backdoor of your pc that you haven’t even dreamed of yet my friend.

  7. what about these pieces of software that claim kiling the data mining features on windows 10? just rubish?

  8. Read it prior to your comical message & laughed it as well. Have upgraded 2 of my own personal boxes & several others for clients & have ‘neutered’ the spying & snooping in them all. The process is documented & available several places on the web, if you don’t already know what’s up. Maybe instead of running your mouth online about things you clearly know nothing about, you should maybe use the net to learn how to do things..?

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